Languages, from the easiest to hardest to learn

An infographic from English-teaching app Voxy, discover the languages that are the absolute toughest for native English speakers to learn.

Some languages are tougher to learn than others. Spanish, French and Italian, for example, are considered by the experts to be easy to learn. Arabic, Japanese, Chinese and Korean, on the other hand, are the toughest. An infographic from English-as-second-language app Voxy lays out different languages by their difficulty levels. A few factors will make certain languages easier to learn, however. For example, if a language is already close to your own, it’s easier to pick up. Check out the full infographic here to choose which language you want to pick up next. Norwegian, anyone?


One Response to “Languages, from the easiest to hardest to learn”

    The thai gurl says:

    I’m Thai and speaking the language for 18 years, still not fluent😂 This is a crime. But!!! I really want to poin this out that Thai ppl has like 70m population wise, if not all are native speakers?! Hell more than 20.4 are!!!! So please correct that cause it is like too far away from truth.

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